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captioning funded by cbs it's wednesday, april 6th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." ted cruz and bernie sanders turn up the heat on donald trump and hillary clinton, after securing big victories in the wisconsin primary. >> get in! hurry up! hurry up! >> a television crew comes to the rescue of a man trapped in raging wildfires in the great plains. the uconn huskies make history, becoming the first women's college basketball team to be crowned champions in four straight years. and later, gator! a florida farmer turns the table
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on a monster reptile that was feeding on his lifestock. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. this morning, the presidential front runners in both parties are feeling increasing pressure from their challengers. ted cruz notched a double-digit victory over donald trump in the wisconsin primary. the win secured at least 33 of the state's 42 delegates for cruz, putting the 1,237 delegates necessary for the nomination even further out of trump's grasp. meanwhile, bernie sanders continued his winning streak over hillary clinton but the vermont senator failed to cut deeply into clinton's outsized lead in the delegate count. don champion is here in new york. one of the next stops on the campaign trail, good morning, don. >> reporter: ted cruz will campaign in the bronx today. the new york primary in less than two weeks is now taking on
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new importance. donald trump and hillary clinton are going to need help from their home state voters to get their campaigns back on track. >> tonight a turning point. >> reporter: ted cruz reminded voters they have a choice. his resounding victory tuesday night was powered in large part by voters who do not want to see a trump presidency. exit polling shows nearly 90% of cruz supporters were either concerned or scared of trump winning the white house. cruz also enjoyed the support of establishment republicans, like wisconsin governor scott walker who are making a push to keep trump from the nomination. while still trailing trump in the delegate count, cruz shifted his sights to the general election. >> tonight was a bad night for hillary clinton. >> reporter: trump stayed out of the spotlight last night. instead, his campaign released a fiery statement, calling cruz a liar and, quote, worse than a puppet. he is a trojan horse being used by the party bosses, attempting
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to steal the nomination from mr. trump. trump did have some support from wisconsin voters on this point. more than half feel if no candidate meets the delegate requirement for the nomination, whomever has the most votes should be the party's nominee. >> we have now won 7 out of 8 of the last caucuses! >> reporter: the midwest momentum continued for bernie sanders. once again, he rode a wave of enthusiasm and optimism to victory and the voter breakdown spells trouble for hillary clinton. she lost big amongst whites, young voters, and liberals. despite picking up additional delegates, political experts say the vermont senator still has a long road ahead. >> he needs to win and keep winning and win by larger margins to, both, a, make up that delegate deficit or in his new theory of the case, create a sense of momentum that he can then convince those super delegates to flip and leave her and come support him.
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>> reporter: this morning, it is not all good news for bernie sanders here in the big apple. this morning's edition of the new york "daily news" criticizes his stance opposing lawsuits against gun makers and his interview with the paper's editorial board is raising questions about how he would deliver on some of his campaign promises. >> don champion here in new york, thanks a lot, don. donald trump said woe force mexico to pay for his proposed border wall by cutting off billions of dollars of remittance and wire transfers sent to people living in this country. he is threatening to use anti-terrorism laws to cut off money transfers from illegal immigrants unless mexico makes a onetime payment of $5 billion to $10 billion. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will discuss the changing race for the white house with cbs news contributor bob schieffer. a just-signed mississippi law that allows businesses and government workers to deny
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services to lesbian, gay, and transgender people based on religious beliefs is slated to take effect july 1st. governor fril bryant signed the legislation yesterday. the religious freedom law applies to marriage licenses, jobs and housing. new york governor andrew cuomo has banned nonstate funded travel to mississippi. paypal says it's cancelling a major expansion in north carolina. the latest economic backlash against a north carolina law that requires transgender people to use public bathrooms that match the sex on their birth certificates. more than 100 corporate leaders say the law is unfair and makes it difficult to attract workers. anti-abortion rights activist said his home was raided by california department of justice agents. david delighten said the video seized undercover video he made at planned parenthood offices. they made similar video in texas that he contends implications planned parenthood in illegally
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selling fetal material. a wildfire is threatening a kansas town. it is being fueled by strong winds and dry air. at least 27,000 acres have burned. residents of freedom, oklahoma, have been urged to evacuate. so far, no injuries have been reported. >> he needs to get out. >> i know he needs to get out! >> come on. get in! hurry up! hurry up! >> a television crew covering the fire spotted a road grader in the path of a fast moving flames and urged the driver to jump in their car. they made it out safely as the flames ran over the machinery. unprecedented championship for the university of connecticut women's basketball team. the uconn women crushed syracuse 82-51 last night. the end of another perfect
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season and their fourth consecutive championship. for coach geno auriemma. >> he pushed us to the levels we didn't know we could even reach or play at, and, you know, once we bought into that, it was -- it was a great journey to be on. >> until now, only the ucla men's team had won four consecutive titles. this was uconn's 75th consecutive win all by double figures. since stewart walked on campus, they have won 151 games and she has been the final four most outstanding player all four years of her college career! the villanova wildcats, the men's national basketball champions, were greeted by fans at a welcome home celebration yesterday. they beat the north carolina tar heels for their first national title in 31 years.
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iceland's head stepped down. it was showed he used a shell company to fund large funds of money. he was one of former and current world leaders facing questions about the tax legal documents. 21 people are accused of running a scam to get student visas for foreigners illegally. the students didn't know they were being scammed themselves. immigration agents set up a fake college in new jersey as part of a sting. >> and with the brokers, they brought many, many students, people purporting to be students who enrolled in the university, knowing full well that there would be no classes. >> investigators say the scheme involved more than a thousand foreigners who wanted to buy visas. coming up on the "morning news." a victory for families. the major u.s. city that is becoming the first to approve
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a 32-foot trailer couldn't stand up to a windy new jersey snowstorm. a surveillance camera captured the moment sunday night when a gust toppled it. wind in the area south of atlantic city reached 74 miles an hour during the storm. no one was hurt. singer beyonce is denying anti-police allegations. and republican lawmakers are calling for hearings on the supreme court nominee. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. "the washington post" reports two republican senators disagree with their party about the supreme court vacancy. susan collins of maine met yesterday with president obama's nominee merrick garland. she and mark kirk of illinois say he should get a hearing. the leaders of the senate say
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the next president should decide. a homicide ruling in a death of a woman whose body was found at a campus. the body was found yesterday in a creek at the university of texas. officials withheld the victim's identity and aren't saying if she was a student. the cincinnati enquirer reports a fugitive wounded by police said "kill me" more than 40 times. >> kill me. kill me now. kill me. >> video shows the confrontation on an interstate last week. officer not being charged. the associated press reports that money earmarked to fight ebola will be redirected to stop zika. the obama administration plans took shift the money to discover a vaccine to spread zika virus. "the san francisco chronicle" reports the approval of fully paid leave for new parents in the city. it is the first to do so.
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businesses would be required to give parents of newborns six weeks off with pay. the mayor says he'll sign the measure passed by the city board. the "los angeles times" reports a judge dismissed a lawsuit against force in the death of actor paul walker. the judge backed investigators saying excessive speed caused the 2013 crash that killed the "fast and furious" star. elle magazine is offering a rare interview with beyonce. ♪ >> the singer says the message of her new song "formation" not anti-police. but she says she is against police brutality. some police groups have called for boycotts of beyonce's shows. still ahead, starbucks goes grande. we will show you what you find in starbucks' biggest store in the world set to open right here
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twitter ever live streamed was kanye's meltdowns. but we actually have a leak of an early tweet of your dad trying to figure out how to watch a football game on twitter. the tweet reads like this. turn on game. want to watch game. delorah lowelower. >> on the cbs "moneywatch" plans for the world's largest starbucks store. jill wagner is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. ford plans to build a new 1.6 billion dollar assembly plant in mexico and the new plant would create about 2800 jobs. yut ford factory workers in the u.s. get about $60 an hour in wage and benefits and mexico workers
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get about $28 an hour. an official now. could come today. this move comes after the treasury department unexpectedly announced new rules to make so-called tax inversions left profitable by moving its address to ireland why allergan is based. pfizer will pay dramatically lower taxes. stocks on wall street fell. a dire outlook for the world's economy. the dow closed 133 points lower. the s&p lost 20 points. the nasdaq was down 47. big changes for whats app. all messages and phone calls and videos will be encrypted and that applies to any phones that runs the app. buzzfeed reports on a clothing scam drawing customers on facebook and other internet sites. customers order clothing at a took good to be true price from a website they probably never heard of.
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they end up with clothing of poor quality that barely renks what they ordered. most are chinese manufacturers and at least eight of them are connected to one manufacturer. starbucks is building its next high-end coffee shop in new york, their biggest ever. it is expected to open in 2018 and it will roast small batch premium coffee that will be sold on-site or shipped to other locations. customers are encouraged to talk to the barista to talk about the coffee. >> i will meet you there. jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. still to come, a violent crash caught on dash cam. a suspect's vehicle is sent flipping through the air several times as he tries to evade police in missouri. northern worl people can forget their bathroom experience. but sir froggy can never forget. "what's worse", he thinks... "that my arms can never relax or my eyes can never look away?" ♪
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country.
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a wild scene played out on a missouri police officer's dash cam this weekend. he was chasing a reportedly stolen suv when the driver lost control. the suv trurveled down the road, launching the driver from the vehicle before it went airborne. the officers and witnesses realized the driver was lying in a ditch barely breathing. they performed cpr and got him to the hospital and police say alcohol was a factor. it is one final spring fling for the first lady. michelle obama spent tuesday in the white house kitchen garden on the south lawn planting veggies. it was the last time it would be planted in the garden before the end of president obama's term. >> it's been really a fun tradition for us here at the white house, because i think we really have been able to change the conversation about what you guys eat.
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>> the 1,700 square foot garden has helped the first lady's let's move campaign and provided food to shelters. a florida farmer finally nabbed the creature that was eating his cattle. doesn't look real, does it. the farmer says the 15-foot alligator was feasting on his farm animals so he had to kill it. apparently, he plans on stuffing the monster gator and donating its feet to charity. the world's biggest golfers are getting ready for the masters. the players got in on a practice round at augusta international on tuesday. even the caddies teed off on the legendary course. the coverage begins tomorrow morning and the only place to see the final round is right here on cbs on sunday. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," a big announcement by facebook. i'm anne-marie green.
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the golden state warriors quest for nba history hit a speed bump. the warriors blow a 17-point lead and fall in overtime to the last place minnesota timberwolves 124-117. golden state need to sweep their last four games in order to set the all-time wins record. here is another look at this morning's top stories. ted cruz cruised to victory in the wisconsin primary. he notched a double-digit win over donald trump securing at least 33 of the state's 42 delegates. the cruz win puts a severe dent in trump's chances of securing the gop nomination before july's convention. bernie sanders scored another win over hillary clinton. his seventh victory in eight contests. he won virtually every wisconsin
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county, except milwaukee. sanders gained a number of delegates but still trails clinton in the delegate count by a wide margin. on tuesday, britain awarded a medal to a very special dog. she was recognized for serving bravely in military conflicts. debora patta reports. >> reporter: trained to sniff out explosives, this 12-year-old dog went on hundreds of missions in iraq with the u.s. marines. the success was extraordinary. >> luke, left. >> reporter: not a single soldier died on her watch over six years. gunnery sergeant chris wilmington served two tours with luke and said she is one of the boys. >> i made a home with her locati locating ieds. >> reporter: they were inseparable as they worked together clearing the homemade bomb set by the taliban. but in march 2012, her career
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came to a huge end. a blast blew off one of her front legs. they say she saved his life so many times so he had to save her. he never left her side as she was rushed into emergency surgery with severe burns to her chest, neck, and head. he even slept by her side during the recovery. the marine motto for always loyal reads this bandage. since leaving active service, luke was adopted by this family. >> we live in southern california, so we will take her to the dog beach as well. she loves the water. >> reporter: and when she was is not swimming, she spends her retirement relaxing at home as one of the family. debora patta, cbs news, london. >> very appropriate. well-deserved. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning,"
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a closer look at how donald trump plans to play for the wall along the u.s./mexico border. plus, amy schumer fights back on being labeled plus size. and major changes to your facebook accounted. the chief product officer of facebook makes a big announcement. that is the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. thanks for watching. i'm anne-marie green. have a great day.
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we always appreciate your support and, you know, it is always here for us. >> they were there for them again yesterday, thousands of fans packing villanova stadium to celebrate their big win, we will talk about your next chance to be the national champions. bernie sanders and ted cruz win their parties primary in wisconsin. now, campaign 2016 is focusing on pennsylvania. the two candidates are coming to philadelphia a today. and a live look at storm scan three, that line of storms is heading here katie tracking showers and thunderstorms when they will arrive and which day will be the most mild.
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